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The Camo CrosswordCalling all word lovers! There’s a $15,000 top prize just waiting to be found with The Camo Crossword! You might need your compass as you search for the camouflaged letters, but it’s totally worth it. Imagine all the camo gear you can buy. And don’t forget the binocular bonuses for additional chances to win. Happy scratchin’!
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“Cock-a-doodle-doo!” Time to rise and shine and head on down to your favorite supermarket or gas station to pick up your very own Cash-a-Doodle Crossword Scratch-it. This $3 ticket will have you chicken-scratching your way to uncovering as many complete words as possible. Two puzzles play separately, and special “fast cash” features will keep the fun going. How far? Maybe even as far as a top prize of $25,000 — now there’s something to crow about!
Beach Party Bingo
Whether it’s Cannon Beach or Seaside, Oregon knows how to party at the beach. Break out your tropical prints, flip flops, and maybe pack an emergency umbrella, just in case, because you’re invited to Beach Party Bingo. Four bingo cards give you four chances at prizes, including a top prize of $25,000. Pick up your Beach Party Bingo Scratch-it and add some tropical-themed fun to your day.
We’ve all been on a cash hunt before. Usually it involves tossing cushions off of the couch and searching the pockets of every coat in the closet — all in pursuit of a few escaped or overlooked coins. It’s not exactly fun and rarely fulfilling. But here’s some great news! Cash Hunt Scratch-its put the fun back in the finding! And with a chance at a $2,000 top prize, Cash Hunt could put more pay in your pocket than you’ll ever find in the furniture. Hunt down Cash Hunt at your favorite Lottery retailer today!
The name says it all, or does it? Easy As… 123 Scratch-it gives you the chance to win one, two, or three times the revealed prize for a max of $10,000. It’s a very straightforward way to pass a few easy minutes on some scratch-and-reveal fun. Pick up this $2 Scratch-it and take your shot at winning some easy money. It’s the most fun you can have doing basic multiplication.
Some of us have a lucky thing, maybe a rabbit’s foot or a lucky penny, but how many of us have a lucky spot? Our Lucky Spot $1 Scratch-it gives you four chances to find a lucky spot. Just scratch away at the four spots on the ticket to try to find a classic lucky thing hidden beneath, — a four-leaf clover! If you’re lucky enough to find one, you’ll win the prize shown for that spot, all the way up to the top prize of $1,000. Pick up Lucky Spot at your favorite lottery spot and play today!
Ace of Spades
Whether it’s dealt by a dealer or drawn by a fortune teller, the Ace of Spades makes a powerful impression. As the highest card in the deck, it carries just a little more cachet than all those lesser cards. It’s the same vibe you’ll get from our Ace of Spades Scratch-its. Spend just $5 to win up to twenty times, all the way up to a top prize of $50,000! Deal yourself in with the Ace of Spades!
The Oregon Lottery attempts to ensure that the remaining ticket numbers for each game are posted correctly on our website. However, posted numbers are unofficial. Top prizes are counted as unclaimed until the prize is claimed by the winner, which could be after the ticket is no longer for sale. Percentage of tickets sold is based on pack inventory at the start of each day. This number will automatically show on the site as 100% sold on the date that the game is scheduled to be no longer for sale. Some tickets may still be available for purchase after this date if the individual retailer still has tickets in stock. Odds displayed on the site are retrieved from the system at a precision level of ten decimal places and converted to the nearest integer in a 1 in n format. Because of this, a small amount of rounding can occur and the sum of prize tier odds on the site might not equal 100%.